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Cuba Station, two miles north to Lauderdale Springs, and went all the way back to Jackson. I could hear nothing of the cavalry force of Gen. Wm Smith, ordered to be there by February 16th. I enclose by mail with this a copy of his instructions. I then began to give back slowly, making a circuit by the north to Canton, where I left the army yesterday. I will leave it there five days, in hopes the cavalry will turn up from Memphis. Major Gen. Butterfield writes from Cairo, on March 11th. to Lieut Gen. Grant or Gen. Halleck, that he left Gen. Sherman the day previous at Memphis, and that his command and was all safe. The total loss in killed and wounded was 170. The general result of his expedition, including the Smith and Yazoo river pavements, is about as follows; 150 miles of railroad, 67 bridges, 7,000 treatle, 20 locomotives, 28 cars, 10,000 bales cotton, several steam mills, and over two million bushels of corn were destroyed. The railroad destruction was complete